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Intensive bird surveys in riparian areas of Arizona conducted by the US Geological Survey and the Arizona Department of Game and Fish 2009-2011

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2009
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2011

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This data set was collected as part of the Arizona Coordinated Bird Monitoring (AZCBM) program under the guidance of the Arizona Bird Conservation Initiative (ABCI), and organized by the Arizona Game and Fish Department. The main goals were to provide long-term statewide population trend data for species where information is limited and evaluate the effects of management actions and stressors. The purpose of the riparian bird survey was to monitor population size of riparian birds, especially species of concern. Surveys covered riparian areas throughout Arizona except on the Colorado River which was covered by a separate project through the Bureau of Reclamation. Double sampling was used in the survey. In this design, a large sample [...]

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The goal was to estimate and monitor population size and to describe habitat relationships.

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  • Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center (FRESC)

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